Klingklang Phänomenal

I’m So Sorry

Ein schö­nes Video aus dem neu­en Long­play­er „Smo­king in Hea­ven“ von den welt­bes­ten Kit­ty, Dai­sy & Lewis. Ich hat­te das Ver­gnü­gen, die drei schon zwei Mal live zu sehen. Es gibt die­ser Tage kaum etwas Bes­se­res an musi­ka­li­schem (sic!) Nach­wuchs, fin­de ich. Ich lie­be sie ein­fach. Noch ein paar Zei­len zu den Geschwis­tern aus der Wiki­pe­dia:

Kit­ty, Dai­sy & Lewis is a three-pie­ce band com­pri­sing the sib­lings of the Durham fami­ly. Their music is influ­en­ced hea­vi­ly by R&B, swing, jump blues, coun­try and Wes­tern, blues, Hawaii­an and rock ‚n‘ roll. They are all mul­ti-instru­men­ta­lists play­ing gui­tar, pia­no, ban­jo, laps­teel gui­tar, har­mo­ni­ca, dou­ble bass, uku­le­le, drums, trom­bo­ne, xylo­pho­ne and accor­di­on bet­ween them.

Kit­ty Durham is the youn­gest of the group and pri­ma­ri­ly sings and plays drums, har­mo­ni­ca, uku­le­le, ban­jo, trom­bo­ne and gui­tar. Dai­sy Durham is the eldest of the group, who pri­ma­ri­ly sings and plays drums, pia­no, accor­di­on and xylo­pho­ne. Lewis Durham is the midd­le child who sings and plays gui­tar, pia­no, ban­jo, laps­teel and drums. He collec­ts and plays/DJ’s 78rpm records and has built a home stu­dio for the band to record in. It con­sists of 1940’s and 50’s record­ing equip­ment such as 8 track tape machi­nes and vin­ta­ge BBC and RCA micro­pho­nes. Kit­ty, Dai­sy and Lewis do not use com­pu­ters or any digi­tal for­mat during the record­ing pro­cess.

When per­forming live, their par­ents, Graeme Durham and Ingrid Weiss play gui­tar and dou­ble-bass. Graeme Durham is a foun­ding mem­ber and mas­te­ring engi­neer at The Exchan­ge record­ing stu­di­os in Lon­don, and Ingrid Weiss is the for­mer drum­mer of The Rain­coats and was encou­ra­ged to play the dou­ble bass by Kit­ty Dai­sy & Lewis.

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Thomas Cloer ist Corporate Communications Manager in München. Hier schreibt er privat über allerlei, was ihn so interessiert.

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